Wednesday, September 23, 2009


Allow me to bitch for a moment.

I love to talk weather. Everything and anything. I dont care when or where. This includes things I see when I check longer range models.

One thing I cannot stand though - is everytime I point something out I get some smartass know it all saying "haha why are you even looking that far out, dont you know it cant be trusted?" On Facebook, storm track, spotter chat...wherever.

Of course I know that you twat. The mere fact I am *somewhat* model savvy means I ALREADY KNOW THIS. You dont need to step on your high horse and shoot me down.

I point these things out in hopes someone will chime in with their thoughts and input - but I guess in the world of SPC leeches who want it all layed out nice and easy for them thats too much to ask.

Perhaps Im a bit more fascinated with watching how models perform and how the patterns evolve from run to run. To see what shows up far out and what actually happens. Maybe others just want to be told the good stuff the easy way without having to put some thought into it...but I guess thats not me.

Comparing and contrasting has helped me learn.

My train of thought just got de-railed by a smoking hot girl that just walked by so Ill get to the point.

The next time I point something out on a long range run, save yourself the keystrokes and dont point that out to me...of course I realize by me typing this blog Ive now opened myself up to a world of sarcastic replies in which said poster will be like "har har y r u looking that far out tee hee har har *snort*"...but thats just how the world works.

*gets off soap box and grabs a beer*

*make that 2 beers*

1 comment:

Timothy said...

lol hot girls! Gotta love it! I'm alot like you when it comes to the longer range models, I look at each and every model run every single day and yes I will admit sometimes I do get carried away when something catches my eye say in the two week time period, but hey it's fun to watch things unfold and to wait for pattern changes to develop. Keep doing what your doing and don't let these so called weather experts get to you!